I have a D-18 Authentic 1939. Its not my main acoustic. My D-28 Authentic 1941 is. I've recently gotten back in to Electric again and recently picked up a Wildwood 52 thin skin tele. Its a great guitar but I really regret selling my CS Nocaster LTD a couple years ago and that was a different level of guitar. Although I don't think by much. So recently I have the opportunity to trade my D-18 for a Master built Nocaster. Its a heavy relic. Not sure how I feel about the relicing. In the long run I'm not sure how smart a trade this would be. Although its not my main acoustic it is the one I pick up at home 80% of the time. My D-28 excels at jams and jamming with others or if I have a performance. The D-28 I'll never get rid of. I kind of feel the same way about the D-18. Financially I'll never have the opportunity to own a Masterbuilt Nocaster. Even buying another CS Nocaster with out selling something I have was not doable, hence why I bought a used 52 thin skin. On the other hand if I make this trade I'll probably never be able to own another D-18 authentic. I'm at a point in my life (58 this year) where I have to slow down or near stop buying expensive gear and get ready for retirement and to basically retire with what I have. If I made the trade for the Masterbuilt I'd sell the 52. I think the thought that I could have owned something higher end than the thin skin that I have is taking away some of the joy and appreciation I could have for this guitar. Meaning, I guess I should just be grateful for owning a decent electric. And 2 very nice acoustics. I know in the end it will have to be me that makes the decision but I guess its just curiosity to hear what others think.